Also, a quick thank you Marc-Andre and Chandler for your feedback about last week’s episode. We’ll bring up the points you mentioned next week when we record again. But thanks guys, I’m really flattered you listen!
So the Southern Ontario Open has come and gone. Big thanks to the organizers, volunteers, and everyone else who helps make the event possible!
We’re going to record a podcast about it (and probably the new Journeypeople Warcasters) in the near future, plus the amazing “State of the Meta” podcast that Nick and Darrell got to be a part of, but the team is busy recovering today.
So content is coming! We’re just not 100% sure exactly when… but soon! Definitely soon.
Thanks for your patience! And, hey, if you want to see Marc playing an embarrassingly awful game of WarMachine against an incredible (and nice) opponent, check the following link:
Well, the OTC has come and gone. And while we, as a team, didn’t do great (Top 24 isn’t a thing, right?), we did have some great games, some really educational matchups, and a handful of learning experiences.
Come, listen to Kassem, Nick, and I talk about what we learned! It’s a good long podcast, perfect for a lazy Monday morning!
Howdy folks! This week, Nick and I planned to discuss the OTC lists in general, and then our own lists relative to those… but we spent so much time talking about everyone else’s lists, we didn’t get to our own!
That’s okay, though. We’ll talk our lists when we talk about how we did at the tournament this week. Until then, enjoy the podcast!
Hello fellow wargamers! This week we’re doing the time-warp again… talking to Kassem before and after a tournament to discuss list creation, things he’s worried about, and then jumping to after the tournament to discuss how everything went!